I got a GSG-1911 ADOPS and I sent it in for repair through my dealer. The company told them I will receive a replacement and then they said they couldn't ship it to NJ. My dealer sent them the NJ assault weapon law and explained that it is okay to have the threaded barrel. A month goes by and I decide to call the company myself. They explain to me that the faux suppressor that the specific model I got is a barrel shroud.
This is the firearm for reference
According to this, technically it is "attached to" the barrel. And technically it can permit me to hold it without getting burned. The barrel is fixed so I assume the firearm would function normally as well. This would mean putting a compensator which would have the holes farther up or linear would also be considered a barrel shroud since technically you can hold it without getting burned. At least to my knowledge, you can put a compensator on a threaded handgun in NJ.
So is the company correct classifying the faux suppressor as a barrel shroud?